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Software Job for freshers
Are you a fresh graduate struggling to find suitable employment? Do you want tips on what you must do to get your first Software Job for freshers? Learn ways to make an impression at the interview and bag that all important first job. These tips and tracks are designed for freshers looking for employment.
You can effectively search for a job when you are a fresher by posting your resume in several online job portals, reading advertisements, referrals, Taking training in institutes who provide placement and by reading employment newspapers. You can find the best types of jobs as a fresher, but you must seek them wisely.
Most of the freshers make mistake in selecting which Technology to learn, All the just follow advice from there from friends and easy courses. Every students need to do R&D them self by looking at job portal for most of job posting done by company and skill set required by them. Learn in training institutes which less number in class where you would be able ask questions.
What is an interview?
You should consider an interview as the time to shine and to sell yourself in an efficient yet warm manner.
A job interview is essentially a meeting organised by a recruiter (academia, hospital, pharmaceutical company, etc.) that is used to evaluate a potential employee for prospective employment. However, consider this meeting as a two-way process between the candidate and the interviewer. The interviewer wants to find out how well the candidate could do the job and fit in with their organisation and team and the candidate aims to show that they are the best person for the job and for the organisation but they also should aim to find out more about the work environment.
Job interviews are usually face-to-face meetings; however, in recent years, telephone interviews and Skype interviews have become more commonplace. Interviews last approximately 45-60 mins, although telephone interviews may be slightly shorter.
Depending on the type of job you have applied for and seniority of the role, the interview panel may vary between three and 12 members. Usually, the more senior the job, the wider the composition of the panel.
Before the interview
In most cases, being invited to the interview usually means that you’re qualified for the job; i.e. you meet all the essential criteria and most of the desirable ones (if not all of them). The interview is mostly about the panel finding out whether you can support what has been written on your application and how you can implement these things.
How you act in the interview and how you answer questions posed is crucial, regardless of whether you will get a job offer or not, and good preparation will give you a great advantage in presenting your personal skills. There are some simple steps to take before the interview to help you comfortably answer the interview questions and these are mainly focused on research and planning.
The employer expects you to have knowledge about the organisation and the department you have applied for. We would recommend that you do a thorough search and read the organisation’s website, social media profiles and key literature (e.g. business/research plan, clinical/research/financial reports, recent accomplishments/awards/funding etc.). Also check the news, competitors, history and opportunities of the sector. Figure out which aspects they are focusing on, what is important to them and how they appear online? Then revisit the job description of the job you have been shortlisted for and place this into the bigger picture of the organisation.
Consider arranging a visit to the organisation to see the surroundings, talk to potential future colleagues and ask more about their processes. Get in touch with people who have worked at the institution or lab to find out more information. However, be cautious when talking to previous or current employees as they potentially may be biased by personal experiences.
Based on all this research, you need to think how your goals would match the organisation’s goals and how your strengths and experience/expertise in the field will serve the organisation and/or even contribute to the solution of problems they may face. Knowing all this info shows enthusiasm for the job and also gives you the opportunity to apply your personal attributes to the organisation’s needs and goals and establish a robust relationship right from the interview (or even before the interview if you have arranged a site visit). Some organisations have a dedicated section on their website with their values. Try to think of examples from your personal/professional life that reflect how you apply these values in daily life and be prepared to mention these during the interview.
However, bear in mind that the detective work is usually done reciprocally. Potential employers will usually do their research on you and even check your social media account. Therefore, you need to be mindful with regards to your internet presence.
Review your CV and application form
This translates into reviewing your skills, abilities and characteristics in detail and identifying those that apply to the potential future employer and job and also present them in a way that match their goals and needs. Imagine yourself in the actual position, what do you offer to the organisation? If you’ve reflected on this beforehand, it will make it easier to answer clearly and well during the interview. This gives an impression of good introspection. Try to remember relevant examples of applying similar skills in your previous job as it is always good to mention these during the interview.
It is of vital importance not to claim that you can do/know something that you do not. This is dishonest and it may ruin the whole interview process. Imagine that you state that you can speak fluent French and, during the interview, the panel decide to switch the interview language to French; this will be a very awkward moment!
A poorly chosen email address, used for communication purposes in the CV and application form, can reflect on your professionalism. Keep it simple and select a professional-looking email address e.g. lastname.firstname@…